By Santosh Salve
May 18, 2022
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Kedarnath is a divine Hindu settlement in Uttarakhand's Rudraprayag district. It is one of the Char Dhams that can be found in the Himalayas.
It is located at an incredible 3584 metres above sea level near the Mandakini River's head.
It provides a tranquil atmosphere with a beautifully painted backdrop of snow-covered mountains and breathtaking natural sights.
Every year, thousands of tourists and pilgrims flock to the Kedarnath temple, which is nestled among the majestic snow-capped Garhwal Himalayan ranges.
Kedarnath is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the most notable of which are the Kedarnath mountain (6,940 m) and the Kedar Dome (6,831 mts).
Kedarnath has cool summers, which are typical of Himalayan weather, and extremely difficult and harsh winters. Summer is ideal for all types of sightseeing.
Kedarnath has a cold climate for most of the year, with the best months to visit being May, June, September, and October.
Kedarnath is well connected to the majority of Uttarakhand's major towns. Gaurikund, the nearest roadhead to Kedarnath, is about 18 kilometres away.
Rishikesh is the nearest railway station to Kedarnath, located 216 kilometres before Kedarnath on NH58. Taxis and buses are readily available.
If you don't want to trek, you could even take a helicopter ride. The services are available from various helipads, including Guptkashi, Sersi, and Phata.
The crop that grows here is known as "Crop Of Liberation." The combination of piety and adventure is what makes it unique. A must-see for everyone.
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